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calendar   Tuesday - May 31, 2016

Joe Biden would have made the best President… According to Joe Biden

Well, I’ve gone through one broken computer, one bed lost, a whole bunch of fidgety password recovery time, and a cold bordering on flu I’m stuck in the middle of. But I’m back.

It’s been too long, but I’m back.

So, how shall we celebrate?

Well, I’ll think I’ll start with a crowd pleaser on one of our favorite scumbags. And since it has been too long in my books since BMEWS has done it, I would like to propose an awarding of the BARKING MOONBAT AWARD, backdated to the appropriate time/week for this.

No, not Hitlery or Obummer sadly enough, but someone who is less powerful and more feckless but Really, REALLY should get more scorn than he has. And who I think needs to have his statements put under a floodlight given the latest report (which I’ll try and cover in a bit) that might make even the DNC think about a Clinton run.


I am talking about Lyin’ Joe Biden. Who earlier this month decided to put THIS lovely article up through some of the usual lap dogs. Read if you’ve got a strong stomach.

Biden: ‘I would have been the best president

... and it totally unrelated news, I’m going to put this here. http://www.patheos.com/blogs/crossexamined/2015/02/the-dunning-kruger-effect-are-the-stupid-too-stupid-to-realize-theyre-stupid/

Because I really, Really don’t think it could fit anywhere better than this. Because the world has been way too kind to someone liek Joe Biden in the ways that matter to the public at large (and arguably given the death of his son a bit too harsh in the other ways, but as a citizen of this republic I have to prioritize what matters to The Public Thing than private grief).

We already Knew Biden was stupid and incompetent. This should not be a controversial thing to say; he was the person BOTH SIDES OF THE AISLE joked about being Obama’s living anti-assassination insurance, in the same way that Charles II allegedly told his Catholic, tactless brother James. That much is fairly well known and it should be. But he’s so much worse than that, I just didn’t realize how much worse.


I knew that he was a liar since last - and especially since the absolutely DISGUSTING arse covering for Iran in claiming that their kidnapping of American servicemen and international law-shredding humiliation of them was “Standard Nautical Procedure” (Protip: It’s Not. Just imagine what the Golden Age Royal Navy would have done to somebody trying to claim such rights against their ships). That got cemented by his lies against Ted Cruz (which admittedly was all too common in the campaign). But those things? they “merely” establish that he’s inept, corrupt, and dishonest.

It isn’t until I read this article that I realized that in addition to these things, he is also A Fucking Megalomaniac. But apparently having just ONE in the White House with a job title that includes the word “President” wasn’t enough for Democratic National Party. Instead the sheer ARROGANCE has to jump off the page right at you.

“I think I would have been the best president,

Ohhoh! Look out Georgie Washington! Sure, you helped secure Virginia’s colonial frontier, endured terrible hardships to defeat THE MOST POWERFUL EMPIRE IN THE WORLD, helped unite the disparate states and factions of the Founders to crate the United States, the Constitution, and the institutions that endure to this day..... but Crazy Joe Biden is pretty sure he can take you.  Seriously… how much of an egotistical PRICK do you have to be to seriously believe this? Almost more importantly: how immensely, gravity-defyingly STUPID do you have to be to declare this belief IN PUBLIC?

While I realize that between two terms of Obama and a race that has seen Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton, and Donald Trump this is not an election season for the meek, I think that people still realize that on some level that one of the traits that has distinguished many of the greatest American Presidents has been modesty. Whether it’s the (somewhat affected/exaggerated) modesty Washington used even when he was at his most ambitious, to Lincoln making jokes about how ugly his face was, to Cool Caretaker Calvin Coolidge, to Teddy Roosevelt’s troubled childhood and soul-crashing end life. The knowledge of what you are NOT compliments knowledge and confidence in what you are, and some of the smartest things you can say in this life are admitting when you honestly don’t know the truth or aren’t capable of something, and when you ask someone who knows for help.

This is particularly important in a constitutional government, where you are Not the Monarch, you should not be a unilateral lawmaker, you do not have the right to rule unfettered by law, and being the head dog does not mean having a blank check to do whatever you want. It Is also particularly important in command of the most powerful job known because of how high the stakes are. And when you combine the two, well… no prizes for guessing how important this can be.

You are a Public Servant. You are meant to serve the public, and if the Public does not appreciate what you are doing it should retain the right to sack your rear end out the door. And if you try and make yourself more important than the system you damn well SHOULD suffer even harsher penalties. Which is another reason why our system suffers under the control of egotists and megalomaniacs: because they believe that they are the most important thing on the dance floor, and everybody else- hundreds of years of common law, local governance, and the like- can make way. this is also why I do think truly free republics prefer some degree of modesty from Presidents, and absolutely NEED people who will place the common good over their own petty things.

So, how’s crazy Joe on that note? >/br>

but it was the right thing not just for my family but for me,” not to run, Biden said on ABC’s “Good Morning America.”

I don’t usually dig into peoples’ family or private lives, because I believe that without Extreme circumstances that should be one thing the gasping, gaping maw of government and public rubbernecking should not go into.

But I also don’t usually have to deal with people who have this degree of runaway ego. And no, I do not think that the tragedy the Bidens have suffered- and I can only imagine what the loss of a son is like- can excuse their patriarch behaving like THIS.

So let’s notice one thing he did NOT spend any time focusing on when talking about how right this was for him, and right for his family.. Where in this sorry, hagiographic article does ANYBODY give a livy-livered DAMN about what is the right thing for America? Apparently not Mr. Wonderful the President we deserve but not the one we’ll have.


let’s get this straight.

Biden the shameless liar, incompetent, and proverbial living job insurance for Obama claims that he would have made the best President if he ran- at least among the people in the race but Very Likely of all time- but that he didn’t run because he had to take care of his Family. Oh no America, you could have had Crazy Joe the President who was better than Washington, Lincoln, Adams, Jefferson, Reagan, both Bushes, any Roosevelt, and the like put together…

.. but you can’t, because Crazy Joe decided not to run. And why is that? Because he decided that things like the common good, the state of the union, the survival of the Republic, protection for its’ citizens, and all of that are *Trifles.* As far as his family matters are concerned, the Union can go get SCREWED.

In the context that this is being said by Joe Biden now, I find it deeply repugnant. And I will get into those reasons later, especially given that he is still Vice President. But even on the surface there is something I find wrong here. It’s one thing to care for one’s family, we should know as the family is one of the cornerstones of Conservative values and Civilization itself. it’s one thing to decide to focus on your family to the expense of political office (such as the many millions of homemakers and parents who never even THINK of running for office because they are too busy).

But I think an already-elected office holding official standing in front of the world and *gloating* that he would have been the best possible outcome in this presidential election but he simply won’t give us that option is something else entirely. It’s Lyin’ Biden looking down at the Rubes that elected his boss and stating they the PEOPLE are not worth it, but by the way he’s going to guffaw about how he would have been So Good And Great And Wonderful IF he had. It is in effect doing the inverse of what great patriots (see that word? Same root as Patriarch, and Father) have done if they TRULY believed it was for the best. It is not only putting the personal baggage of a handful of people over the possible Lives(and yes, let’s take Crazy Joe at his word about this for a bit) of HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS.

And to top it off, this also rubbed me of the kind of “I’m too good for you flyover gits” holier than thou nonsense that has permeated far, far too many people over the ages and in politics today, like every iota of Obama’s miserable Presidency. We Are the Ones We’ve Been Waiting For, we are the Miracle Workers.... but you all just aren’t Worthy of our miracle working compared to things like my personal, precious emotions. Correct me if I’m wrong, but that is the sort of thing that I picked up.


I never thought I’d say it, but Biden managed to insult and offend me in an announcement about how he was NOT running. And it gets worse.

“No one should ever seek the presidency unless they’re able to devote their whole heart and soul and passion into just doing that.

Finally, something he and I can agree tentatively on. That to be President of the United States is to be the seniormost elected official of the US, the leader of the Free World, and the most powerful person on the Planet. It requires the great holders to be willing to put their petty issues aside and undertake the great task that can sometimes be keeping the system stable and doing nothing (like Coolidge). Let alone bigger conflicts like the Revolution, Civil War, or the global wars against the Central Powers, Axis, and Communists in the 20th century. It may be easy to forget with President Putt-Putt but the office is not always meant to be a golden hog to feast on. It often requires great, terrible sacrifices and it carries even greater responsibility.

So while I am not entirely sure if you truly must devote your whole heart and soul and passion to it (just because you may have to put your family and friends second to the job does not mean not caring about them), I generally appreciate what Biden said here.

But then you realize how this sentence rips a big gash into all of this family posturing, claims that he cannot seek political power, and so on. Because Joe Biden is the one who said it. Vice President Joe Biden.

Now Mr. Vice President, while you were waxing rhapsodical in this whole big long interview did you ever *ONCE* think what YOUR OFFICE TITLE MEANS? It means you the legal successor to the office of President if it is vacant. The Constitution states that if Obama keels over sometime between now and the swearing in of his successor the Vice President would have to step in and carry out all the actions and responsibilities of President until the end of that term. And as things stand, That Would Be You.

So Mr. President, if you truly were saying the truth in this interview, truly believed that you should not seek the Presidency unless you’re able to devote your whole heart and soul and passion ina a way you state you cannot....... WHY THE HECK HAVE YOU NOT TAKEN PAINS TO GET OUT OF THE OFFICE OF VICE PRESIDENT?

And this is not like this is some kind of super recent development that he was still reeling from and he didn’t have the time to file the paperwork over because he was so busy mourning. Beau Biden passed on a year ago. It was just a few weeks scant of being a year when this turd of an interview got dropped. So he cannot in good conscience claim that it was “Too Soon” or he did not have enough opportunities to lay down the burden.  He is still to my Eternal Regret our Vice President. And I REFUSE to accept any given excuse that a year of mourning, disorientation, and sorrow- no matter how bad- is a valid excuse for not doing what someone apparently feels is necessary when people like Lincoln and other great leaders worked through their friends and family DYING. So why on God’s Earth is he still Veep?

Is it because someone so wonderful and Best as you was Reckless or Stupid enough that you never considered this possibility? Is it because you were lying out of your rear end when you said those words and truly are willing to assume the mantle of power? Or were you being honest, but are just willing to stay in for the time even if it meant burdening yourself and the AMERICAN PEOPLE with you in an office You Are Not Up To Assuming Right Now *By Your Own Admission?*

I think I have my own ideas. But which one is it? And perhaps as importantly: how do Any of these possibilities make him good, much less gel with the unreal lauding he gave himself earlier in this very interview?


So what else is there? Well, of course he is confidently pulling for Hillary .... at least in public, considering how the DNC party machine works, the possible dirt Hitlery may have on him, and his urge to stay on the favored side of both. And there is the massive, shit eating quote here at the end where he says.

“My one regret is my Beau’s not here,” Biden said in the ABC interview. “I don’t have any other regrets.”

Like a lot of things coming out of this administration, superficially this looks heartening, feeling-driven, and all that fluffy stuff. While in actuality.... what kind of person on this world does NOT Regret the “reset” with Putin leading to invasion, the ineffectual withdrawal from Iraq, the kidnapping of American servicepeople in the Persian Gulf, colossal inability of the US to win or even break even on things as far afield as the Iranian Sanctions deal, Freedom for Cuba, or stopping the great migrant invasion in this position of power? Because whatever the answer to that question is, it is NOT A good thing. Not in any sense of the word.

Conclusion underneath the Cut. Because while this article is important in a number of ways, it’s not just about Biden. It’s also about us.
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Posted by Turtler   United States  on 05/31/2016 at 09:13 AM   
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calendar   Monday - November 02, 2015

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calendar   Thursday - August 20, 2015

Myself, I’d have been over teh moon

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Nothing says happiness more than a small child surrounded by tons of high explosive artillery shells.



Bring your kids to


EXPLOSION!! The Museum of Naval Firepower


today, and they’ll have a grand time learning all about the long history of using giant weaponry to splatter sailors into burning small bloody chunks before leaving them to drown in the remorseless icy ocean.  And hey, we’ve got mines and missiles too, even an old atomic bomb that somebody found out behind the dust bins. It’s not ticking at all, we’re almost completely sure of that!

Plus, now you can rent our halls for your own big events! Start your married life with a bang!

Explosion! traces the development of naval armaments from gunpowder to the Exocet missile...but the museum is not just about big bangs!

Nor are the human, social and moral consequences of warfare forgotten - visitors will be provoked as well as educated and entertained.

Because their precious childhoods are just incomplete without recurring nightmares that will take years of therapy to get past. So come on down today!!

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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 08/20/2015 at 11:36 AM   
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calendar   Friday - May 15, 2015

Freedom of speech seems to only apply when it suits the P.C brigade.

This article appeared three months ago, and here I am finally bringing it to your attention.  I have been very much occupied lately.

First, I think it’s funny and second, I believe it to be true.

OK, so perhaps there is a racist element to it.  So what?
And who knows better than the police who are out there in the thick of it?

Hey, I have a question for you all.

Is it automatic that a comment noting the racial makeup of a place is meant in a hateful way?  Disapproving?  Sure. But that doesn’t have to mean a person should have to answer for it.  Is what he said really a “slur” if what he said genuinely appears to be that way?  It may be a slur but, since so many so unfortunately look like apes, why is it wrong to acknowledge it?  And anyway, he made the comment in conversation, under stress and literally surrounded by, ape like life forms.  So what?
So a “tribunal” had to be called over a comment reflecting an observation.

Boiled down to one paragraph;

‘In early August 2011 after the shooting of Mark Duggan, there were several witnesses to DS Price in Lambeth commenting “It’s like being in Planet of the Apes” in reference to the numbers of BAME [black and minority ethnic] people around him.

Is there anyone who in the same circumstance would not feel the same, if they were a white person?  And I would not believe any die hard libtard who would say they wouldn’t think that even if they were too afraid to say it aloud.


Policeman ‘said London was like Planet of the Apes’: Tribunal hears of ‘racist’ slur after riots

· Managers failed to investigate policeman who made comment, tribunal told
· Policeman used phrase in aftermath of the 2011 London riots, it is claimed
· Black officer Derrick Quarm said the detective’s alleged comment was ‘overtly racist’
· Claimed it referred to the black and ethnic minority population in Lambeth, South London
By Vanessa Allen for the Daily Mail

Senior officers failed to investigate a policeman who compared an inner-city borough to ‘Planet of the Apes’ in the aftermath of the 2011 London riots, it was claimed yesterday.

Black officer Derrick Quarm complained the comment by a detective was ‘overtly racist’ because it referred to the black and ethnic minority population in Lambeth, South London.

But he said senior managers attempted to ‘bury the incident’.

DC Quarm said he found it ‘incredible’ that managers failed to investigate the comment – allegedly made in the days of heightened racial tension after the police shooting of Mark Duggan, which sparked the London riots and looting – for almost three years.

The plain clothes officer claimed it was investigated only after he included it in a report about his experiences of alleged racism, corruption and cover-ups within policing in Lambeth.

The force was described as ‘institutionally racist’ by the inquiry into the murder of black teenager Stephen Lawrence and Mr Quarm said his experiences showed it had not done enough to combat racism among its own officers.

But his attempts to force Scotland Yard to address the problem resulted in him facing a campaign of ‘detriment and hostility’, he told an employment tribunal.

The former paratrooper said his senior officers falsely accused him of incompetence and lying in an attempt to discredit him as a whistleblower, and called their behaviour ‘classic school ground bullying’.

He was treated as a ‘troublemaker’, accused of losing evidence in a stabbing case and overloaded with paperwork to punish him for speaking out, he said.

Disturbingly, he told South London Employment Tribunal in Croydon that his senior officers’ behaviour had hindered his police work and even stopped him from preventing a murder.

DC Quarm, who has served in the Metropolitan Police for 18 years, said he had attempted to raise his concerns with the force’s commissioner, Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, and other top-ranking officers.

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Oh ... just in case anyone forgot those riots .....

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And please lets not kid ourselves. Those riots and the looting and the burning and the assaults were not the result of that one fellow who it turns out was armed, and deleted by police.  That was the cover, the excuse, the justification for all that happened by the criminals among us, as well as anarchists who care nothing for the negro except as an excuse to cause mayhem.


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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 05/15/2015 at 09:31 AM   
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calendar   Thursday - March 19, 2015

what fred said

Another great short essay by Fred Reed is out.

Even without the (inevitable) racial hostility, togetherheid would not work well. The races have little or nothing in common. They do not want the same things. Whites come from a literate European tradition dating at least from the Iliad in 800 BC, a tradition characterized by literature, mathematics, architecture, philosophy, and the sciences. Africa, having a very different social traditions, was barely touched by this, and today blacks still show little interest. Even in the degenerate America of today, whites put far more emphasis on education than do blacks.

The media paint the problems of blacks as consequent to discrimination, but they clearly are not. If blacks in white schools wanted to do the work, or could, whites would applaud. If in black schools they demanded thicker textbooks with bigger words and smaller pictures, no white would refuse. The illiteracy, the very high rates of illegitimacy, the crime in general, the constant killing of young black men by young black men in particular—whites do not do these. They are either genetic, and irremediable, or cultural, and remediable, if at all, only in the very long run. We live in the short run.

I can’t really disagree with any of that. And yet this is about the biggest sin in the entire universe of Political Correctness.

And yet the same guy looked at a very similar situation some time ago, and ran his thoughts out in a slightly different direction ...

If black children can be educated, the question arises: Why aren’t they? The usual answer is that racism and conservatism are responsible, and much ink is spilled in exorcising these evils. But racists and conservatives have almost nothing to do with educational policy in Washington. Until recently, we’ve had a Democratic president and Congress; we have a liberal National Education Association, a black city government, a black school board, a black electorate. They, not conservatives or racists, bear responsibility for conditions in the schools.
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Educationists, who have a well-developed sense of self-preservation, understandably do not favor higher standards for teachers. Hiring good teachers means firing bad ones. Any serious attempt to get rid of deadwood means bucking the powerful teachers’ unions, which, as a variety of tests have shown, would be gutted by any insistence on competence. Moreover, dismissal of incompetent teachers would mean a heavily disproportionate dismissal of black teachers. The bald, statistically verifiable truth is that the teachers’ colleges, probably on ideological grounds, have produced an incredible proportion of incompetent black teachers. Evidence of this appears periodically, as, for example, in the results of a competency test given to applicants for teaching positions in Pinellas County, Florida (which includes St. Petersburg and Clearwater), cited in Time, June 16, 1980. To pass this grueling examination, an applicant had to be able to read at the tenth-grade level and do arithmetic at the eighth-grade level. Though they all held B.A.’s, 25 percent of the whites and 79 percent of the blacks failed. Similar statistics exist for other places.

There’s really nothing new here, but it’s nice to see the thoughts and feelings kicking around in your mind put so clearly and succinctly.

Fred Reed. One of the treasures of the Internet.


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 03/19/2015 at 02:40 AM   
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calendar   Saturday - August 09, 2014

Climate?

Bet you never heard of this conference of ‘Gore-bull’ warming skeptics?


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calendar   Saturday - May 03, 2014

Samizdat Saturday: Totalitarianism, Neo-Puritanism, and a kick ass video from Bill Whittle

Hey, what more could you want?

If you didn’t already see this over at Rodger’s, here’s your weekend Must-Read/Listen.

And I mean it. I really really do. Even if you won’t spare 4 minutes to read the first essay, or 8 minutes to read the second one, at least play the Bill Whittle video and listen to it. There’s very little to see, but it’s imperative that you hear what’s being said.

In the first section of Part 1, Ed Driscoll writes and quotes on how a bunch of grumpy, constipated, ex-Nazi commies started the ball rolling that gave rise to the latest form of totalitarianism: repressive tolerance, whose evils we have witnessed at least twice in just the past couple of weeks

a spirit of puritanism of opinion is abroad. This puritanism is not puritanical in the old sense. On the contrary, it is inclined to attach itself to libertinism. But it wants to send to Coventry all those who think that the removal of restraints on conduct is not necessarily a good thing. It brands them as ... bigots ... for holding the wrong opinions.

Thus are created what one might call microclimates of totalitarianism in which people live in fear: fear of losing their jobs, fear of social ostracism for having said or even thought the wrong thing.
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The new puritans, viewing themselves as tolerant, would be prepared to repress the intolerant—by definition, those with whom they disagree. Thus does repressive tolerance come to have a real meaning in our time. As Herbert Marcuse’s favorite philosopher, Hegel, said: The owl of Minerva takes wing at dusk.

In the second section of Part 1, same link, page 2, Bill Whittle fires off a red hot broadside tracing this history again, along with it’s madness.

In Part 2, Jack Cashill has a mid-size essay up at American Thinker all about “The Suffocatiing Neo-puritanism of Progressive America”.

Which is exactly what it sounds like: We heard for decades how we had to be ever so understanding of the beliefs and feelings of various outcast groups. We had to tolerate them. And when that wasn’t enough, we had to venerate them. That too soon wasn’t enough, and now, not only do we have to worship them and bow to their omnipotence and genius (eg, ref. “wise latina"), we now are guilty of hate crimes even if our opinions differ in private. Get your Scarlet Letter on Hester; wear it in shame.

Celebrity chef Paula Deen did not commit the sin of racism; she is a “racist.” She must forever wear the Scarlet R, just as Mozilla’s Brendan Eich must wear the Scarlet H for “homophobe,” and activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali wears the Scarlet I for “Islamophobe.” From the Neo-Puritan perspective, nothing else counts; that letter is their identity.

The cult’s clerics add new sins regularly and new sinners daily. Of late, in addition to Eich and Hirsi Ali, Cliven Bundy, Phil Robertson, even Alec Baldwin have joined the ranks of the damned. Hawthorne described his seventeenth century ancestors as “being of the most intolerant brood that ever lived,” but these “little Puritans” had nothing on the big ones that would flourish four centuries later.

Read these. Learn from these. Spread the word. Share the links.

We are teetering on the very last, final, one remaining splinter on the edge of the bottomless abyss. You’ve seen what happened to these people in the news. You saw how lightning fast the brainless herd turned against them; worse even you’ve seen how just as quickly those who styled themselves shepherds also turned (eg Fox News’ Sean Hannity). You saw how statements and beliefs, a thousand times worse than these newly burned modern “witches” ever had, were encouraged and applauded from the far Left by the far Left ... it’s a one way street, and it always has been. Now that there’s a hundred car pileup in the cul-de-sac, can we finally get people to stop turning into this dead end?? And then insisting on pressing down on the gas????


Is there a ray of hope, anywhere? Either on the horizon or at the end of this long dark tunnel?

Well, maybe ...

The very success of Neo-Puritanism, however, may be its undoing. Each spectacular new public burning reveals just how empty and oppressive the movement is at its heart. For instance, in exposing Sterling the media have unwittingly shone light on Al Sharpton and the NAACP.

In fact, the NAACP banquet that was to honor Sterling for lifetime achievement was to honor Al Sharpton as “Man of the Year.” This was the same Sharpton who dissed the work of “Socrates and them Greek homos”; the same Sharpton who instigated the lethal Crown Heights pogrom with the rallying cry, “If Jews want to get it on, tell them to pin their yarmulkes back and come over to my house”; and yes, the same Al Sharpton who said of Sterling, “No one should be allowed to own a team if they have in fact engaged in this kind of racial language.”

But as always, the light only shines if you can get the willfully blind to open the eyes they pretend they don’t even have. And society provides eyelid epoxy, because to explain the falsity of Al “Tawana Brawley” Sharpton, just this one example, is a heinous act of hatred and racism.


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 05/03/2014 at 05:21 PM   
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calendar   Wednesday - January 15, 2014

if those old slave traders could have seen today, would they still?

This is a bit of info I grabbed from the net to give you some idea of who this total jackass is. This jerk. This disgusting bag of poo.

What person, and from what kind of culture, would believe this to be an appropriate portrait and an official one at that. Ppl like this scag look in the mirror and see ... what the hell do they think they see?

And get this folks.

This gross “portrait” is we are informed .... taxpayer funded.  Now if that isn’t one huge insult, what is?

sick - sick - sick and stupid too.

First, the background.

Diane Abbott is a British Labour Party politician who has been the Member of Parliament (MP) for Hackney North and Stoke Newington since 1987, when she became the first black woman to be elected to the House of Commons.[1] In 2010, Abbott became Shadow Public Health Minister after unsuccessfully standing for election as leader of the Labour Party but was removed in a reshuffle three years later.

She was Race Relations Officer at the National Council for Civil Liberties (1978 to 1980).

In 1988 Abbott claimed, at a black studies conference in Philadelphia, that “the British invented racism."[46]

In 1996, Abbott attracted widespread criticism when she claimed that at her local hospital “blonde, blue-eyed Finnish girls” were unsuitable as nurses because they had “never met a black person before”.  The secretary of the all-party Finland group of MPs, Conservative Ian Bruce responded by accusing her of using racial stereotypes, adding: “All Scandinavian countries have people from African and Caribbean countries living there. It shows ignorance to make such remarks.” Abbott’s apology came as Marc Wandsworth, executive member of the Anti-Racist Alliance, who is himself half Finnish, pointed out that the present Miss Finland, Lola Odusoga, is black, of Nigerian and Finnish descent. “She’s a black Finn like me” he said. Abbott’s position was supported by fellow Labour MP Bernie Grant “Bringing someone here from Finland who has never seen a black person before and expecting them to have to have some empathy with black people is nonsense. Scandinavian people don’t know black people - they probably don’t know how to take their temperature”.

Abbott referred to David Cameron and Nick Clegg as “two posh white boys from the Home Counties” in May 2010.[50]

On 4 January 2012, Abbott tweeted that: “White people love playing ‘divide and rule’ We should not play their game”, which again led to widespread criticism including accusations of racism.[51] Only after being told by the Labour Party leadership that the comment was unacceptable did she apologise for “any offence caused”, claiming that she had not intended to “make generalisations about white people”. The Deputy Prime Minister called her comments a “stupid and crass generalisation”. Nadhim Zahawi, Conservative MP, said: “This is racism. If this was a white member of Parliament saying that all black people want to do bad things to us he would have resigned within the hour or been sacked.”

Now here was the headline and she wasn’t alone in this but .... she sure looks the worst.

Parliament of posers: Taxpayer billed £250,000 for MPs to order paintings, statues and photographs of each other

Since 1995, two dozen politicians have been captured on canvas
Tony Blair, John Major and Paddy Ashdown among those chosen
Ex-Commons Speaker Betty Boothroyd has been featured 3 times
John Bercow spent £22,000 on a painting and another £15,000 on a frame

By Matt Chorley, Mailonline Political Editor and Gerri Peev

Here’s a link to the whole story But FIRST, I want you to know what the taxpayer shelled out for her portrait.

Think about people.  What sane person would allow themselves to be viewed this way, and at a cost of, in American dollars to make it easy for ya ....

$19,297.00


FOR THIS

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And yet they demand we must see them as, just everyday ordinary people.  Yeah. Well maybe in some jungle someplace and not even then.

How sad to read the above about, “ All Scandinavian countries have people from African and Caribbean countries living there”.
I’ll bet they do. And I bet they have a higher crime rate than they used to.


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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 01/15/2014 at 06:09 PM   
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calendar   Tuesday - December 24, 2013

This Says It All

It isn’t about money, it isn’t about injustice or social equality - it is about generations who believe that they must never be ‘forced’ into being anything but what ‘they’ want to be - a victim, lazy, a criminal, a predator, a freeloader, unaccountable - what they have always been - bitterly clinging to their racism, victim-status, and base hatreds and criminality.

They refuse to be accountable for their own failures and successes, they refuse to be accountable to their relationships, they refuse to be accountable to their spawn - but damn if they don’t deserve their EBT cards, Obamaphones (or ten), their project apartment, their Medicaid - and you are just a bigoted racist if you think otherwise.

100% spot on. Bestest comment in a long time, by Wardmama.


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 12/24/2013 at 02:56 PM   
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calendar   Sunday - November 24, 2013

inflammatory remarks about one minority community by a senior politician

I don’t know if it’ll make much difference, but this was a surprise coming from a senior politician.

I guess he isn’t running for elected office, but the pc crowd who always search out and find offense is sure to lock on to this one.


Pakistanis in UK fuelling corruption, says law chief: Attorney General warns politicians to ‘wake up’ to the threat posed by minority communities

Dominic Grieve made inflammatory remarks in a newspaper interview
He said minority communities have ‘endemic’ corruption
‘It’s mainly the Pakistani community, not the Indian community’, he claimed
Also said corruption could be found in ‘white Anglo Saxon community’
The senior law officer said that the authorities should take action to combat electoral fraud in areas with high migrant populations

By Gerri Peev

Corruption is rife in Britain’s Pakistani community, the country’s most senior law officer has warned.

Dominic Grieve said politicians needed to ‘wake up’ to the threat of corruption posed by minority communities using a ‘favour culture’.

In remarks that will inflame already sensitive diplomatic relations with Pakistan, the attorney general said he was referring to ‘mainly the Pakistani community’.

He said electoral corruption was a problem in constituencies such as Slough in Berkshire. Tory councillor Eshaq Khan was found guilty of fraud involving postal ballots in 2008.

Khan and five others were jailed in 2009 for using ‘ghost’ voters to win a local council ballot to oust longstanding Labour councillor Lydia Simmons from her seat on Slough Borough Council.

The audacious scam in 2007 was described by the Crown Prosecution Service as part of an ‘epidemic’ which threatens to destroy democracy in the UK.

Father-of 10 Khan received a three-and-a-half year prison sentence for conspiracy to defraud, conspiracy to pervert the course of justice and perjury.

The Electoral Commission is planning to introduce tougher identity checks at the ballot box in Tower Hamlets in East London, another area that has suffered from electoral fraud.

David Cameron sparked outrage earlier in his premiership when he accused Pakistan of ‘exporting terrorism’ while on a visit to India.

Mr Grieve told the Daily Telegraph that corruption could also be found in the ‘white Anglo-Saxon community’ as well as among other groups.

But he said the rise of corruption was ‘because we have minority communities in this country which come from backgrounds where corruption is endemic.

‘It is something we as politicians have to wake to up to’.

Qassim Afzal, the Lib Dem chairman of the party’s Friends of Pakistan group, criticised what he called Mr Grieve’s “loose language”.

He told BBC Radio 5Live: ‘I’m profoundly disturbed at a statement from such a senior Conservative MP against the British Pakistani community.

‘This doesn’t help bring communities together.’

Baroness Warsi, the Foreign Office minister, has previously said the Conservatives lost three seats at the general election because of voter fraud in the Asian community.

Mr Grieve, whose Beaconsfield constituency in Buckinghamshire has a sizeable Asian community, said: ‘I can see many of them have come because of the opportunities that they get.

‘But they also come from societies where they have been brought up to believe you can only get certain things through a favour culture.

‘One of the things you have to make absolutely clear is that that is not the case and it’s not acceptable.’

Asked if he was referring to the Pakistani community, Mr Grieve said: ‘Yes, it’s mainly the Pakistani community, not the Indian community. I wouldn’t draw it down to one. I’d be wary of saying it’s just a Pakistani problem.’

He added: ‘I happen to be very optimistic about the future of the UK. We have managed integration of minority communities better than most countries in Europe.’

Mr Grieve also admitted that the ‘volume’ of potential immigrants from Romania and Bulgaria next year when movement controls were lifted ‘may pose serious infrastructure problems’.

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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 11/24/2013 at 09:16 AM   
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calendar   Monday - November 18, 2013

race - ism …. it’s whatever the left bedwetters say it is. even when it isn’t.

I guess I let the damnedest things annoy me, so things like acid reflux shouldn’t be any surprise.
Thing is ... I see something like the following article and just don’t understand the idiots that honestly believe the crap they do.

Hey, personally I think the kids who did this look kinda silly, but on the other hand it was a clever stunt.
A send up of Somali pirates.  The pose the girl took in this photo looks plain dumb, but then I suppose not being an actress or a professional model, she struck the pose she felt looked .... ?  Smart?  Whatever.
But for all the folks now shouting RAAAAAAACE.  I tell ya I’d like to mowem all down. Somali pirates happen to be black. Or at least a very dark brown. So the kids dress up but since they’re white, they are now condemned AND ....  The suck ups at the newspaper want someone to ID the kids.
This is all the result of very successful brain cleansing and indoctrination on a massive scale, by the politically correct left bed wetters, of generations of youth from the time they enter schools. And maybe before. They have managed to carry things so far that nowadays, to use the term colored in reference to a person is now “offensive” and “insensitive.”

Meanwhile, for all the advance in medicine, in science and technology and other other spheres of human endeavor, people are becoming more and more like sheep and not much smarter.  Here. See for yourself.


Law society students ‘black up’ for university drinking event while pretending to be Somali pirates

Four students pictured at fancy dress event with faces painted black
One critic brands it ‘an image of black and ethnic minority oppression’
Student union boss says ‘it’s not acceptable and should not be condoned’
Drinking session organised by The Edinburgh University Law Society
Organisation ‘apologises unreservedly for any upset caused’

By Simon Tomlinson

A group of law students were at the centre of a racism row today after they ‘blacked up’ for a fancy dress drinking session.

The ‘Beerienteering’ event, organised by The Edinburgh University Law Society, had an Around The World fancy dress code.

But four members sparked outrage after pictures emerged of them dressed as Somali pirates with their faces painted black.

Do you know the students involved? Contact us by emailing editorial @ mailonline dot co dot uk

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The group - made up of three males and one female - happily posed for pictures but were later challenged by angry members of other societies.

One student said: ‘This is an image of black and ethnic minority oppression becoming manifested in students’ costumes.

Is that last line some kind of major pc bs er what? Does the jerk actually believe what he has said?  Or does he say it because he thinks he should believe it?
I’m telling you folks ... the universities are taking in and graduating fools and worse.

Note to readers. For some reason bmews engine or whatever controls things, will not allow the address in the request to ID the awful perpetrators of the latest crime of the century. Which is why I had to write in the dot co dot uk stuff.  I hope at least one of you will drop the pc editor a line. Or two.
And btw ..... for those who can understand Shakespeare.

Would any white actor playing Othello be a raaaaaaacist? 

‘Racism should be opposed on every level and Edinburgh University and we as a student body should do all within our power to make sure these attitudes are called out.’

An official event page describes Beerienteering as ‘a steeplechase around the bars of Edinburgh full of plenty challenges and surprises’ and tells attendees to ‘expect over-the-top fancy dress.’

Teams of four students including one girl, must race around Edinburgh’s pubs completing various ‘challenges’ along the way to find out their next destination.

The winning team is the one which completes the route in the shortest time.

It is understood that door staff at The Hive nightclub in the city were challenged by other students after allowing the controversial group entry to the venue.

The door staff are believed to have replied that those who were offended could ‘head somewhere else’.

The Edinburgh University Law Society is an independent society and is not affiliated with the Edinburgh University Students Association (EUSA).

Nadia Mehdi, vice president of Societies and Activities at EUSA, said: ‘I’m really shocked to see that in this day and age these students weren’t aware of or chose to ignore the offence they would cause by painting their faces black.

‘It’s not acceptable and should not be condoned. The Law Society is not a EUSA society so we can’t discipline them, but I will be bringing this to the attention of the Law School.’

Keir Gilius, President of the Law Society, said in a statement: ‘The fancy dress theme was All Around the World.

‘As a society, we try to arrange our events with innovative and interesting themes leaving scope for attendees to use their imaginations.

‘In no way was this theme intended to incite racism or cultural appropriation and, as a society, we are vehemently opposed to discrimination of any form.

‘On behalf of the members of our society, we apologise unreservedly for any upset caused.

‘In response to some of the costumes designed, in the future we will strive to ensure that any fancy dress events will actively discourage the use of any costumes that could be perceived as being offensive.

‘If so, the wearers may be denied participation in said event.

‘As a society, we respect our members’ right to freedom of expression, however, cultural insensitivity is intolerable and this is something that we are completely opposed to.

Funny innit how some folks feel they are qualified to decide what is culturally insensitive and intolerable. I guess anything that isn’t politically correct by all these future lawyers is intolerable.

‘In light of the ongoing and comprehensive commentary on our Facebook page, I would not propose to discuss any further details.’

A spokesman for the University of Edinburgh said: ‘The University takes issues relating to equality and diversity very seriously and hopes and expects that all members of the University community do the same.

‘To this end, it has a range of relevant policies and procedures in place to address such issues as they arise.’

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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 11/18/2013 at 06:12 PM   
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calendar   Friday - August 16, 2013

daniel seaman …. lets have three cheers and three cheers more for

When I first came across this today, I just knew I HAD to post it. All of it.

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Mr. Daniel Seaman I would bet ya, but not 100% certain, may be an American originally.  I mean after all, who but one of us would express himself quite this way?

“Go take a flying ****” Who but one of us would think of ‘F’ and flying?  Hey, say what you will but that’s my kind of spokesman.  I want him for president.

How many times have we wished that one of our politicians would just come right out and tell someone to get bent.

Well, even if it was on Facebook, Mr. Seaman did just that.

In fact, not satisfied with once, he told off some folks a few times. 

Bmews, I am pleased to introduce you to Daniel Seaman.  Who looks a tiny bit like Christopher Walken.

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Israeli spin doctor silenced over Facebook posts

An Israeli government spin doctor has been barred from speaking out in public after a series of vitriolic diatribes on Facebook that included an attack on the Church of Scotland and condemnation of memorials honouring the Hiroshima and Nagasaki atomic bomb victims.

By Robert Tait, Jerusalem

The official gagging order has been imposed on Daniel Seaman, outgoing deputy director of the now-defunct ministry of public diplomacy and dispora affairs, after his comments drew the attention of the Japanese embassy in Tel Aviv.

It means he will be unable to speak or write on Israel’s behalf as he prepares to move to the office of Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister, as head of the interactive media unit, a job whose remit involves commenting on foreign affairs.

Mr Netanyahu’s administration acted after Japanese diplomats contactedIsrael’s foreign minister to ask if Mr Seaman’s August 8 Facebook comment on Japan reflected Israeli government policy.

The post argued that victims of the 1945 Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings were being remembered at the expense of those who died under Japanese military occupation.

“I am sick of the Japanese, of the Japanese, “Human Rights” and “Peace” groups the world over holding their annual self-righteous commemorations for the Hiroshima and Nagasaki victims,” Mr Seaman wrote. “Hiroshima and Nagasaki were the consequence of Japanese aggression. You reap what you sow…

“Instead, they should be commemorating the estimated 50 million Chinese, Korean and other victims of Japanese imperial aggression and genocide - not to mention nearly 120,000 Allied military casualties who fought to defeat the genocidal Japanese. These are who deserve to be and should be remembered this week.”

It was the latest in a series of robust comments left by Mr Seaman on Facebook, Haaretz newspaper reported.

He attacked the Church of Scotland in May over a report which suggested that Jews had no divine claim to the land of historic Palestine.

He wrote:

“The Church of Scotland? The Calvinist, Presbytarian [sic] Church of Scotland? Why do you think we give a flyin F*** what you have to say?”

On July 22, he lambasted the EU’s decision to label the military wing of Hizbollah, the Lebanese Shia organisation, as a terrorist group “half-assed” because it made a distinction with its political wing.

At the start of the Muslim holy festival of Ramadan on July 9, he wrote:

“Does the commencement of the fast of the Ramadan mean that Muslims will stop eating each other during the daytime?”

Another post on May 26, referred to comments by Saeb Erekat, the chief Palestinian negotiator, that Israel had a duty to return to its pre-1967 borders.

“Is there a diplomatic way of saying ‘Go F*** yourself?’” Mr Seaman wrote.

In a statement, the prime minister’s office said: “These comments are not acceptable and definitely do not express the positions of the state of Israel.”
Israeli officials declined to say if Mr Seaman might be sacked but indicated that further disciplinary proceeding were afoot.

“For someone who up till now has worked in public affairs to be told that he cannot do this any more, and that’s before any process that might or might not happen, well that’s an important step,” one government insider said.

Mr Seaman, a member of Mr Netanyahu’s Right-wing Likud party, is a former head of Israel’s government press office, when he was noted for his often confrontational relationships with foreign correspondents covering the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

SOURCE, TELEGRAPH WORLD NEWS

Lets have three cheers for Mr. Seaman and three cheers more.

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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 08/16/2013 at 10:51 AM   
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calendar   Wednesday - August 07, 2013

3 cheers and 3 cheers more for , Mr. Godfrey Bloom who refuses political correctness. UKIP

Rest Not So In Peace, freedom of speech.

All manner of things bug me. What else is new?  But one of the things that really makes me see red is all this false “outrage” some people claim to feel. And some who call themselves conservatives are not adverse to joining with the bleeding heart bed- wetters of the left in expressing themselves thus on the issue of race.  Even if it isn’t exactly a race issue.  Sometimes it’s a country or group of countries and a population that have shown themselves prone to the kind of comment made and recorded by a man I never heard of before today. 

He is Godfrey Bloom and I doubt I’ll ever hear of him again and you won’t either.
However, his name should be noted and remembered because he committed a crime so large, so mean, so raaaaaaacist, that his recorded comment was sent to a newspaper called the Guardian.  Think Trotsky and Reds bmews.
So you know already that Mr. Bloom is an okay guy and said nothing that should remove him from the party, that being UKIP.  A threat to the Tories as their numbers are growing, and some conservatives have left the Tory Party and have joined UKIP.
But Mr. Bloom made a boo-boo of speech.  Poor man did not think before he spoke, which is as you all know, an urgent prerequisite in these awful days of politically correct speech as well as thought.
It comes down to, just what the heck is racist and what is sexist or phobic?  I guess it’s whatever someone wants it to be, and is generally used to score points with some voters and to silence anyone on the right.  That’s because nobody on the right has any valid points and we are all bigoted and racist and so therefore have no right to an opinion or if we do then we mustn’t say it out loud else we might “outrage” and “offend” someone, somewhere.

Well, Mr. Bloom apparently caused a great deal of (bogus) outrage by referring to some countries as, “bongo-bongo land”. 
He was not the first politician to use that term btw.

In April a leaked email from Mr Bloom suggested he was concerned about excessive ‘political correctness’ among new recruits to UKIP.

Two months ago UKIP leader Nigel Farage ensured an Italian MEP was expelled from UKIP’s European alliance for saying a black minister in Italy was part of a ‘government of bongo bongo’ who would want to impose ‘tribal traditions’, and would be better suited as a housekeeper.

‘If I’ve offended anybody in bongo bongo land I’ll write to the ambassador’: UKIP MEP dismisses row over foreign aid outburst

Godfrey Bloom rebuked by party for comments at meeting with supporters
Said foreign aid used ‘to buy Ray-Ban sunglasses’ and Paris apartments
Today he stood by his remarks and denied they were racist
Accused David Cameron of picking taxpayers pockets for charity
UKIP tell him not to repeat the phrase but say foreign aid must be debated

By TIM SHIPMAN, DEPUTY POLITICAL EDITOR and MATT CHORLEY

A senior UKIP politician has been rebuked after telling activists that Britain should not be sending aid to ‘bongo bongo land’. 

http://bcove.me/4vghx72p

Godfrey Bloom, a UKIP member of the European Parliament, suggested foreigners used aid to ‘buy Ray-Ban sunglasses’ and ‘apartments in Paris’.

As a political storm grew over the remarks, he remained defiant, insisting he was standing up for ‘ordinary people’.

But today UKIP chairman Steve Crowther said: ‘We are asking Godfrey not to use this phrase again as it might be considered disparaging by members from other countries.

‘However, foreign aid is an extremely important debate that needs wider discussion.’

Mr Bloom’s remarks emerged in the week his party is due to publish its list of approved candidates for next year’s European elections – at which the party hopes to get the biggest share of the vote.

Asked what he would do if he was reprimanded, Mr Bloom told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme: ‘I’d say “Righto, sorry, sorry everybody”.

‘If I’ve offended anybody in bongo bongo land I shall write to the ambassador at the Court of St James’s and apologise to him personally.’

In the recording leaked to The Guardian he says: ‘How we can possibly be giving a billion pounds a month when we’re in this sort of debt to bongo bongo land is completely beyond me.

‘To buy Ray-Ban sunglasses, apartments in Paris, Ferraris and all the rest of it that goes with most of the foreign aid. F18s for Pakistan. We need a new squadron of F18s. Who’s got the squadrons? Pakistan, where we send the money.’

Last night a UKIP spokesman said Mr Bloom’s remarks were being ‘discussed right at the very highest level of the party’ while sources close to Mr Farage confirmed disciplinary action against Mr Bloom was being considered.

Here’s where it all begins folks.  In the class rooms of the world, ruled by who?
Give me the kiddies is the old saying.

Laura Pidcock, from campaign group Show Racism the Red Card, said: ‘What I can tell you is that in the classrooms that I visit as an anti-racism education worker, these crude stereotypes that see Britain as a civilised place and overseas as tribal is an extremely homogenising sentiment and I think it’s incredibly damaging.

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calendar   Tuesday - August 06, 2013

la blonde parle

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The Blonde Speaks Out



A young woman in France gently speaks her mind about Islam in a series of YouTube videos. And finds herself censored, time and again. And buried in an avalanche of death threats and vituperative comments.

Alas, PC and self-imposed Sharia run the show everywhere, even at YouTube.

Follow this link over to Gates of Vienna. There are subtitles, but they aren’t perfect. But not too much is lost in translation ...

I am not totally French. My father is Sicilian, my mother is Italian. They arrived in France 30 years ago. But both worked Both integrated as did my Swiss friends, my English and Portuguese friends. The only ones who will not integrate, and where it is continuously the (brothel?) [ghetto?]

I don’t want to be nasty, but it is always the same ones. It’s time we recognise this.  About a month ago, when there was the “marriage for gays” they said that we, the Catholics were extremists.  I have not seen put fire to a single car. I have not seen a single shop destroyed, okay.  Everywhere it’s the same,

the media hide everything from us. A little example: 2 weeks ago there was a rally against radical Islam it was on CNN, it was in the American and English news papers. One heard nothing in France. Voila: for me our country is in immediate danger. And it’s up to us the French, to wake up. Because what is

happening now is very very serious. When I see in the paper….(title page of “Liberation” left paper)….[muslim French fighters?] have left for Syria and that afterwards they will return to our country, but are you seeerious? We, we let them do this?

I am neither of the Left nor of the Right. I am here for my country, I am a patriot! Full stop! We are forgetting The Republique, we are forgetting the values of France. We are forgetting Human Rights. All this is flouted. Flouted for what? Flouted for an immigration and by an extremist immigration.

Another number just published: 80% of Maghrebins (North African Arabs) don’t work and live off Social Services. [sounds just like the UK!!] When I see in a bus one single (French person) while 50 other individuals shout “Allah U Akbar”. You call that “respect”? I call this provocation. Allah is great.

Allah is the only god and Jews are the enemy of Allah. and Jews are the enemy of Allah. It’s time to put things back into their place and to stop telling us that by having an opinion about Islam we are Islamophobes. Stop it. It’s an excuse for denial of the truth



Vlad Tepes essays an opinion ..

Freedom of speech? Sure. The problem is no freedom of listen.

This is the fourth video of that sweet ‘Blonde-of-Youtube’ I have posted in the past week or so [#5 came along later — BB]. Three of them deal with Islam and its effects on France and Europe. One of them discusses the fact that her videos have been deleted from Youtube, and, if I understand her correctly, she also had a Facebook page deleted because of the content of her videos.

What I find interesting is why. Her material is relatively innocuous. Compared to what imams say in a day about the rest of us on these same forums, the death threats she herself receives regularly and the attendant vulgarity, her videos are simple and obvious observations and analysis that is pretty much watertight.

So why the deletion?

Well I have a guess.

Is that an awesome graphic, or what?


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